Brunch is becoming a trendy way to gather with friends for a mid-morning meal. Many Chicago restaurants now offer a daily brunch that includes specials on some of their best dishes. The following is a list of Chicago’s best eateries that now serve this popular meal.
Ella Elli is located at 1349 West Cornelia, and they have just launched a weekend brunch menu. Guests can lounge in Ella Elli’s chic interior space or enjoy mimosa bottle service on the outdoor patio. This includes a trio of fresh juices and a bottle of Prosecco. Among their brunch options, one will find stuffed brioche French toast, cured meats and cheeses, and house-made breakfast sandwiches.
Brunch at Ema includes C.J. Jacobson’s West Coast style of cooking. He has brought his signature dishes to River North and has infused them with a touch of the Mediterranean flavors for guests to enjoy during their mid-morning meal. The brunch menu includes lamb ragu and baked eggs, kefta and eggs, and house cured king salmon. Ema is located at 74 West Illinois Street.
La Sirena Clandestina
La Sirena Clandestina has extended their weekend brunch to include Fridays. This Brazilian restaurant’s menu includes soft shell crab benedict, tapioca crepes served with cream cheese and strawberry and rhubarb preserves, and fried chicken on a bed of rice and black beans. Top off your meal with an expertly crafted cocktail. La Sirena Clandestina is found at 954 West Fulton Market.
The newly renovated Lincoln Park bistro at 2075 North Lincoln Avenue now features dishes by Chef Miguel Oritz. He offers a brunch menu that ranges from simple sticky cinnamon buns to chorizo empanadas. You can also order spring vegetable risotto and duck confit nachos.
Tallboy Taco puts a Mexican spin on brunch. Each Saturday, guests can experience brunch on the patio while enjoying huevos rancheros, steak and egg tacos, or churro donuts along with a build your own mimosas or a morning margarita. Tallboy Taco can be found at 325 West Huron Street.
Rhyme or Reason
Enjoy brunch in the 1970’s atmosphere of Rhyme or Reason. The menu includes “hangover specials” such as country fried steak sandwiches or chocolate-hazelnut toaster strudel. Rhyme or Reason is located at 1938 West Division Street.
Trench is found at 2039 West North Street where the Trencherman restaurant was once located. This revitalized eatery has re-opened as Trench. Along with being a Chicago weekend hot spot, they now offer brunch service. Pastries are the star of the show, but guests can also enjoy chicken and waffles, roasted mussels, or a delicious breakfast burger.
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